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Tattoos

How do we remove unwanted tattoos with minimal downtime? How sessions are usually needed? We address all these common questions and more.

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Acne

Acne is a common, long-term disorder affecting the hair follicle and sebaceous gland, in which there is expansion and blockage of the follicle and inflammation of the pore.

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Static Wrinkles

Wrinkles form on our faces due to muscle movements made during facial expressions. The movements crease our skin in a direction perpendicular to the muscle movements.

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Pigmentation

The lip region is a key area when it comes to facial feature enhancement. The lips have always been highlighted along with the eyes as

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Post Inflammatory

Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) is an acquired hypermelanosis occurring after cutaneous inflammation or injury that can arise in all skin types.

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Skin Laxity

Lax skin refers to skin that is loose, while elastic or firm skin is characterised by its tautness and excellent resilience. To determine if you have elastic facial skin, you can perform a simple test: just like bouncing a ball, elastic and firm skin will exhibit resistance and quickly bounce back.

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Hori’s Nevus

Hori’s Naevus presents as benign (harmless) blue-grey to grey-brown patchy and spotty pigmentation on the prominence of the cheeks. The condition usually appears in adulthood and is most common in middle-aged Asian women.

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Melasma

Melasma is a common pigmentary condition where melanin accumulates in the epidermis, dermis or both. Melasma appears as brown, tan or blue gray patches on the face, typically on the forehead, upper cheeks and chin.

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Age Spots

Age spots are small, flat dark spots that are generally 1 cm or greater in diameter and usually appear on areas exposed to the sun, such as the face, hands, shoulders and arms. Age spots are also called sunspots or liver spots, and are scientifically known as solar lentigenes.

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Acne Scars

Acne occurs when the follicle becomes inflamed and ruptures, resulting in the formation of an abscess in the surrounding area. This skin injury initiates a series of biochemical and immunoinflammatory reactions, which ultimately lead to the restructuring of extracellular matrices. Nodular and cystic acne are particularly prone to causing scarring.

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